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6:00 a.m. on a beautiful tuesday morning, march 6th, 2012. good morning everyone. weather and traffic together. let's start out in the first warning weather center. good news over the next couple of days. >> welcome to the show. take a look at temperatures. right now, clear sky, great sunrise, 24 degrees. and that's about six degrees below the normal, three degrees cooler than this time yesterday
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morning. pleasant, no win, 47 at lunch. still 44. seasonally pleasant this tuesday evening. good news on the roads. haven't picked up any problems just yet. there's a look around the major roadways. in the 60s on the beltway, 95, 83, 795, you name it, the average speeds. between white marsh and fort mchenry tunnel, the average speeds on the beltway in the low 600sand high 50s. a live look at 95, that's spaghetti junction. 70 at 29, also very light volume. remember wj zz 13 is always on, log on to >> thank you so much. what people will be talking about today, he is vowing to stay in office as calls for him to step down are growing
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louder. new insight on the fallout and the no confidence vote from two police unions. >> reporter: good morning. the indictment prompted strong reaction at the county counsel meeting. the scandal involving the county executive became the brunt of jokes at a packed council meeting. specifically allegations he used police to drive him to sexual encounters. >> a person of his age having sex in the parking lot, too cheap to afford a hotel room, come on. >> reporter: two police unions called on him and the chief to step down. the state prosecutor alleges he made officers empty his urine after surgery. >> we have been changing his pee bag for years. information was put through the chain of command and nobody did anything about it. >> i think you can expect i will be asking a will the of very detailed questions of people who may have been
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involved during the process. >> as far as the no vote, shame on the police department. i think he has done a great job. >> reporter: the security detail was established under his predecessor. >> i am heart sick for the county. and the allegations, it's a huge distraction and i'm sure people will be concerned about leadership and decision making. >> reporter: he kept to his schedule and told wjz the indictment is no distraction. >> all the evidence and all the facts are known, the people have a more complete and full understanding of what is involved in this case. >> reporter: despite the calls at this meeting for the county executive to step down, he says he will not do so. wjz eyewitness news. >> thank you. the fraternal order of police wants to take away some of the power and they want councilmembers to approve the hiring and firing of the police chief. police are investigating a
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homicide this morning. it happened last night right next to the recreation center. police say one man was killed and another was in critical condition. the name of the men have not been released to the public yet. two boys are behind bars after a tragic accident leaves a 13-year-old girl dead in east baltimore. we are live at city police headquarters. we have reaction from the victim's family after the arrest. >> reporter: good morning. those boys are 12 and 13 years old and they face charges of involuntary manslaughter, but the victim's family says that doesn't bring them any closure. the 13-year-old was found shot to death, buried under a pile of trash. >> it's an absolutely tragic shooting. and you know, strikes us all in our hearts. this is a young lady who wasn't given a chance at life. >> reporter: she was inside the home with friends saturday
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insight they were play -- saturday night and they were playing with a gun when she was shot and killed. >> we know things happen. dial 911. that is, what else can you do? somebody is hurt. and you witness it. you don't try to cover it up. you try to get them help. >> reporter: her family says it doesn't make sense. >> i don't understand the story. i don't think that she was playing with a gun. >> reporter: they say she was terrified of guns and wouldn't be around one. police say she was shot with a rifle. and now they're trying to figure out who owns that gun. >> how did this gun get in the home? why wasn't it secured? and how does it end up in the hands of a 12 and 13-year-old child? >> reporter: police are working to answer those questions and her family is left mourning a life cut too short. >> she had so many dreams and things that she wanted to fulfill. >> reporter: both boys involved will be charged as juveniles.
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police say the gun owner could also face charges. >> thank you. >> she was a student at the williams marsh middle school. a pretty terrifying day. several students are rushed to the hospital after their bus burst into flames. the school bus caught fire after a student lit a road flair inside the bus. you can see very thick black smoke. all 28 students onboard got out, but six or seven were treated for smoke inhalation. police say the student who lit the flair is being questioned. a deadly car crash shut down a road yesterday. the driver of the car was killed and two other people were flown to the hospital. the cause of the accident has not been determined. the second amendment right to bear arms is causing
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controversy. a federal judge declared that maryland's hand gun permit law was unconstitutional. it forces gun owners to prove that they have a good or substantial reason to carry a weapon. the attorney general says he will appeal the decision. residents in five states are trying to recover after weekend storms spawn nearly 100 tornadoes in the midwest and south killing a total of 39 people. this morning, we have the report in henryville indiana where residents now have another problem, snow. >> reporter: utility crews are working to get the light back on. thousands are still without power in the areas hardest hit by the tornadoes. at the high school, workers use heavy equipment to scoop up the wreckage. >> i want to be there. and i want, i want to be in my classes. i want to see my teachers and see my friends. >> reporter: school has been canceled for at least the rest
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of the week. just like the work crews and resident, volunteers are working overtime taking in donations and handing them out. >> it's going to take a longtime to rebill. there's a lot of hope here and we're going to get through it. >> reporter: a 15-month-old is the storm's latest victim. rescuers found her alone in an under infield, but she died two days -- in an indiana field, but she died two days later. the whole family was laid to rest monday in salem, indiana. >> just a nightmare. everybody is just traumatized and can't believe it happened. >> reporter: back in henryville, a red cross volunteer has responded to many disasters. he says the people here are staying confident. >> holding up amazingly well. >> reporter: he calls the destruction unbelievable. in henryville, indiana, wjz eyewitness news. more than 200,000 customers
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are still without power in kentucky and indiana. here in maryland, a new coin to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the star spangled banner. the u.s. mint began selling the coins yesterday. the coins depict the battle of baltimore during the war of 1812. and proceeds from the sale will help fund the events from the celebration in june. going to be quite an event here. for more information on how to buy the new coin, log on to the men's basketball team is headed to the big dance. the greyhounds took on fairfield in the championship game last night. and they were trailing at half- time and then the defense clamped down. they held fairfield scoreless for eight whole minutes in the second half. and check out the excitement they are headed to the ncaa tournament.
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>> i got a lot offtakes from friends. -- a lot of texts from friends. really happy. >> this is their first trip to the big dance in 18 years. they have to wait until sunday to find out who and where they are going to play next. >> you ever met him? interviewed anymore. >> no. >> what a guy. character. solid guy. and it's so important that that program is now becoming part of the elite. when you add in the ladies, the men's lacrosse, basketball, look, don't kid yourself, athletics fuel a university. they're just cash cows. they are cash cows. >> and good for recruiting and image. >> oh, yeah. oh, yeah. that's a great story. >> and great they haven't been in 18 year, here they go. >> great for right now until they get paired up with kansas
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first round. >> you never know. take a look, the acc townment, bigger than life starting at the end of the week. one of the best times of the year. high pressure is giving us a warm-up. we've had a pretty good winter. 48. by thursday, it's going to be 70. going to fill in the gaps. coming up shortly, ronny, good morning. how are you? >> martini time. >> you got it. >> the toast the greyhounds. by the way, when jimmy took over the team eight years ago, they were 1-27. one win, 27 losses. think about that accomplishment. congratulations. we're live, this is a fabulous place, brand new, the grill downtown baltimore. we're going to tell you all about it. do some taste testing to when
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the eyewitness news morning edition rolls on. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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good morning. those folks did a manic monday, great to see them again. 26 degrees now with 62% humidity. pressure continues to rise. a half hour ago at 30.59. now 30.63. clear skies in the area. 18 oakland. 26 elkins. now 25 down from 27 westminster. 26 columbia. 29degrees in rock hall. big dome of high pressure runs the show. the breeze moves out of the southwest. that defines the weather. the warm-up for the next few days. 48degrees going to be the high this date. mostly sunny skies in the area. moonlit sky on the, 30s the
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overnight low. normals are 50 and 30. 63degrees tomorrow. we'll move it to 70 on thursday. it is easily possible we're a bit warmer than 60 degrees on friday. and slip back into the low to mid-50s this weekend. with sunshine, beautiful weather. >> thank you so much. good morning. >> hi, adam, good morning. >> no longer a perfect commute, one accident on route 32. the second, highway robin hood road. speeds around the major roadways in up ther 50s for the most part. average speeds on 95, 61 and 56 in the southbound lanes. there's a look at the beltway in the high 50s on the topside. west side starting to see minor delay, 51 is the average speed now. 795 south of franklin boulevard, that's getting close to having delays there as well. there's a look at 95 at 395.
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this traffic report brought to you by toyota. visit today and see why now is the time to make the jump. back over to you. >> all right. and ron, adam just brought up an incrediblely important point about the location we're getting ready to discuss. >> well, what i thought was entering because i was down there the other day, we have another national chain that is coming into baltimore that ignored the city for a while and you're seeing a lot more of the big national brand names coming and it is the perfect example of that. >> and revitalizes the inner harbor. take eightway. >> reporter: that's right. we're at the corner of calvert downtown. the tuskan grill. >> good morning. >> reporter: let's go over, the tasters menu, right? >> yep. >> reporter: what we got here. >> we have the tuscan taster
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burger with homemade potato ship and bar pepper shrimp with fried eggplant. black pepper cream sauce. mushroom with fresh tomatoes. up front and then the margarita flood bread. roasted red pepper. in the back -- >> reporter: this is the taste menu. >> all $2.95. >> reporter: $2.95. come on. that is unbelievable. >> monday through friday, from 3:00 to 7:00 and 9:00 to close. >> reporter: and the martinis here. >> the martini, the manhattan and two $5 martinis. both $5. >> reporter: all right. i've got to taste something, you know that. >> while you're doing that. >> another what we were talking about the competition, so many
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new places coming down, $2.95 happy hour specials. and you're seeing this in a lot of different places downtown. a lot of the high-end joints are doing that nice affordable happy hour. >> you mean to tell me people are sick of paying $11 for a drink? yeah. >> i'm double dipping this morning. >> that's okay. >> nothing wrong with that. >> reporter: myth busters proved there's nothing wrong with it. there's nothing matter. >> ron should throw back the martinis. >> reporter: the flat bread. >> hold this up. what is this? >> margarita roadways in bread. and then i'm going to slice -- margarita flat bread. >> reporter: these three beautiful dishes here. >> the strip steak, we have pasta, and signature salmon salad. >> reporter: that salmon salad
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has my name written all over it. thank you very much. >> thank you. >> reporter: appreciate all your help. downtown, come on down. and enjoy. have a great day, guys. we're having a great morning. done deal. >> you're right, an incrediblely important part of harbor place. >> yeah. >> always has to be new and fresh coming in. >> and the big renovation. i got a sneak peek where they're putting in the museum. a couple of big name restaurants. these are national brand names and then you have the tour fries out of town, they say i like that place in my hometown of birmingham or whatever. and say, i haven't eaten there in a while. more people back downtown. >> st -- it's huge. the inner harbor does not run on auto pilot. >> thank god it's here. maybe we can fix the potholes. >> no, you think?
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the orioles. it's spring training, but many of the analysts say it won't be a winning season ahead. these players cannot believe that. the power of positive thinking when ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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the orioles start their spring training ening a losing
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streak of losing seasons. our sports director says the orioles are practicing the power of positive thinking. >> reporter: well, there is sun here in florida. and that is symbolic of the optimism that every team feels during spring training. but for some os fans the hope of the coming season may be hard the see, darked by a -- blocked by a dark cloud. 14 straight seasons without a winning error. the second longest in all of pro sports. but for these orioles, the past cannot be part of the preparation for 2012. they're looking ahead with a positive perspective. >> it's a new year, anything can happen. and it's not good to live on the negative stuff. you got the look to future and put a winning season together and wednesday that talk. >> i think we -- --
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>> together and end that talk. i think we've got a good group of guys. >> we've got good guys in here. and we play together and play smart. >> it's a staff in the big league, a young staff. and if we just stick together, if we have fun, you know, good thing cans happen. >> reporter: and the orioles do take seriously the power of positive thinking. and they have hired a sports psychologist, hoping that a change of the state of mind changes how they play on the field. with the orioles, back to you. >> that is really interesting. the orioles did win their first spring training game yesterday afternoon, 3-1 over the rays. still to come. >> good morning. a family wants answers after a young girl turns up dead in an alley. was it an accident in an
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investigation in a live report next. ten states are in play on this super tuesday. in virginia, i'll have that story coming up. >> i had my medical, radiation. >> he was living proof of a new era in medicine. and now his life comes to a heart breaking end. and if you're about to head out on the road, accident and delays in place. exactly where. supersized slugger, the second book in a series by the orioles hall-of-famer cal rip ken, being published by disney books. rip comes in and talks about supersized sluggers and we have a little fun. one of the greatest of all times. 6:45. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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good tuesday morning. it is now 6:30. thank you so much for joining us. a beautiful look at the the harbor this morning. weather and traffic together. >> adam, thanks a lot. temperatures, it's clear, no wind. and it's making that 26 feel more comfortable than it is. the normal is 30s. so not that far away if seasonal, although cooler this time. a high of 48. lessen, clear, calm, this evening, 44. >> thank you so much. we have latest at wjz traffic control. >> hi there. good morning. well, if you are just about to head out, two accidents out there. one is route 32. we understand that there is a possible fuel leaking from the site there of a tanker truck. another accident on the highway at robin hood road. the speeds on the beltway, delays on the west side, 39 miles per hour is your average.
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no delays yet on 95 southbound between white marsh boulevard and the fort mchenry tunnel. 795, heavy volume and some tapping of the brakes in the southbound direction at the beltway there. is a live look outside at 95. just north of white marsh boulevard. again, no delays just yet. this traffic report brought to you by your toyota dealer. see why now is the time to make the jump to toyota. back to you. >> thank you so much. topping the news this half hour, two boys are charged in the death of a 13-year-old girl who was found dumped in east baltimore in an alley near garbage over the weekend. we are live at police headquarters with the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: good morning. the victim left her home saturday night to hang out with friends. it's the last time her family would see her alive. and now in her death, a 12 and 13-year-old boy face involuntary manslaughter
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charges. the 13-year-old is found shot to death in a alley, buried under a pile of trash. it's a tragic shooting. and you know it strikes us all. i mean this is a young lady who wasn't given a chance at life. >> reporter: detectives say she was inside a home with friends saturday night. they were playing with a gun when it went off. she was shot in the chest and killed. police say two boys dragged her into the alley and hid her body. >> we all know things happen. dial 911. that is, what else can you do? somebody is hurt. and you witness it. you don't try to cover it up. you try to get them help. >> reporter: her family says it doesn't make sense. >> i don't understand the story. i don't think that she was playing with a gun. >> reporter: they say the teen was terrified of guns and wouldn't be around one. police say she was shot with a rifle. and now they're trying to figure out who owns that gun. how did the gun get in the
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home? whose gun was it? why wasn't it secured? and how does it end much the hands of a 12 and 13-year-old child? >> reporter: police are working to answer the questions and her family is left mourning a life cut too short. >> she had so many dreams and things she wanted to fulfill. >> reporter: police say there was an adult home at the time of the shooting. it's unclear how the kids got ahold of the gun. the owner could also face charges. organize live, wjz eyewitness news. >> thank you. >> the boys are too young to be tried as adults. family and friends are remembering a young baltimore girl allegedly beat on the death by her own father. the funeral will be held today. police say her father, this man, a 22-year-old, killed his daughter in a fit of rage after she had an accident. the teenager accused of opening fire on classmates at an ohio high school will be in
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court today. the 17-year-old tj lane is accused of shooting five students last week inside the school. three students died from their injuries. right now, lane is charged as a juvenile, but authorities are planning to discuss a motion to transfer the case to an adult court at another hearing, that one is scheduled for march 19th. president barack obama meets with israel's prime minister discussing the mounting nuclear threat from iran. the president is hosting the prime minister at that time white house this week. he stressed that israel will make us own decision on any potential military action against iran. the obama administration is push for you more time to allow for diplomacy to work. >> that's why we have worked so diligently to set up the most crippling sanctions ever with respect to iran. >> and now just hours before the meeting, the head of the united nations nuclear agency said there's been new activity at a suspected development site here in iran. republicans in ten states
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are headed to the polls to make their choice for the gop presidential nomination and ohio is considered the biggest prize of this super tuesday. what is at stake. >> reporter: mitt romney cane pad hard hours before the polls open, asking voters to carry him to victory. >> that you know so much. >> reporter: romney is locked in a dead heat there with rick santorum. >> thank you. >> reporter: the former pennsylvania senator had a lead there, but it started to fade after romney's three-state sweep last week. rick santorum admits a win in ohio is crucial. >> i will make the argument that it's going to be a huge, huge deal. >> reporter: ohio is considered the biggest prize today because it's a battleground state in the general election. romney says he is the candidate who can win come november. >> what we need to talk about is getting jobs and stealing back government.
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>> reporter: mitt romney and ron paul have a decide advantage here in virginia today. they are the only two republican presidential candidates who qualified to be on the state ballot. ron paul expects to do well in caucus state, especially idaho. we have a good chance at winning. and i expect it will be one of the best states. >> reporter: newt gingrich is favored to win georgia, the state he served as a congressman. and polls show he is maybing a last-minute surge in tennessee. >> this will be the third time that i have made a come back. so it's interesting to watch. >> reporter: ten states and 419 delegates are at stake. but no one can reach the magic number today. wjz eyewitness news. >> all the candidate have a long way to go, but romney leads the delegate count followed by rick santorum. aol is suspending its
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advertising on rush limbaugh's radio show because of the comments limbaugh made about a lawsuit. at least seven other companies have pulled ads from limbaugh's show because of the comments. limbaugh did apologize for his remarks over weekend. we have a sad update on a story that wjz first brought you about a procedure to save a man's life. the mayor explains that he has passed away after becoming only the second person in the world to have a transplant using his own stem cells. >> reporter: i first met him in november of last year. a day before he left for sweden for revolutionary surgery. he became only the second person in the world, the first from the u.s. to have a synthetic wind pipe transplant. using his own stem cells to grow and form on the plastic. his own wind pipe was cancerous. he returned to baltimore and spoke with us in january as
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living, breathing proof of a new rear in medicine. >> it's amazing to be that pioneer to step out and do this type of surgery. >> reporter: but just over a week ago, he was hospitalized. and then the heart breaking news, he died this morning. it was on the website help hope live which was raising money to help him pay his medical bills. on his facebook page where he connected with so many people, many are leaving condolences to his family and young daughter. he was just 30 years old. his family releasedded a statement late today saying they hope his bravery will pave the way for stem cell based therapy. wjz eyewitness news. >> and the company that developed the technology says they are deeply saddened to learn of his death. major safety changes to one
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of the busiest intersections. a new crosswalk and other safety improvements were unvailed at the highway yesterday. a busy stretch of road there. last july, a 17-year-old girl was killed in a hit-and-run when she was crossing the street. her friends and family were there onhand to see the new safety features unvailed. turning now to sports and the spring training report. the orioles are hosting the pittsburgh pirates in league play. and not a good start for the pitcher. he allowed three runs in just two innings of work. but the bird lose 10-3. they did win their team earlier in the day against tampa. >> watch a game last nigh, doing chores around the house and had the game on. and i was singing in the house, baseball, my mind has turned to the nations other past time. and i remembered, i was anchoring with you today and it
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remined me of a favorite cheer when i used to be in the upper deck, section 34. that's lee may, the big bopper. >> no relation. >> no. the 1st baseman. and this is one of the great cheers of all, time? >> yeah. >> lee! may. lee! may. >> did cal ripken have a cheer. >> yeah, come on cal, hit nit the bullpen now. >> okay. >> everybody had a cheer. that was my favorite. the big bopper at the plate, lee! may. >> or may not. >> more often than not did. coming up, cal ripken joins us. >> oh, yeah. >> one of our favorite guests. rip's got a series of books he is putting together with disney. co-writing them with kevin calvert. it's called supersized slugger, life lessons told through
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baseball. this book is about bullying and there's a twist to the character. he is not a wimp. the guy getting bullied by the way. he's going to explain it all. weather, 70 degrees on thursday. and more right after this. ,,,,
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all right. the studio crew. 26 right now with 62% humidity. calm winds. pressure continues to rise. we started the show with it, 30, 59. that's important to the outlook. and now 16 oakland. 26 elkins. 28 ocean city. low 30s dc. and rock hall 31. 25 westminster. 26 columbia. the big dome of high pressure. the high moves offshore. starts pumping warm air our way. and it gets not just mild, but warm. again. today we're going to a high of 48. warmer than yesterday. believe it or not, the ramp-up begins today with sunny skies. on the, clear sky, 29. nor mourning a lives are 50 and 39. tomorrow mostly sunny. a high of 63 degrees. 70 on thursday. that 60 on friday has potential to be warmer.
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clouds with the cold front, but if we keep clouds at bay during the early part of friday, it's going to get warmer. the weekend, sunny, cooler, but above normal. 52 and 56 degrees. thank you so much. traffic control with the latest for us. >> good morning everyone getting busy out there. a new problem on 95. 95 southbound approaching eastern avenue. blocking a left lane. watch for an accident blocking route 32. a fuel spill there. we understand it will be shut down for about abor an hour. -- for about an hour. and robin hood road, another accident. the beltway, 34 miles per hour on the outer loop. slow downs now on 95 southbound between white marsh boulevard and the tunnel. a live look at 95, okay through white marsh. you have to tap your brakes.
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this traffic report brought to you by your toyota dealer. your car, your deal. now is the time to make the jump. >> back to you. >> all right. simply put, cal ripken, jr. >> welcome and gentleman, well cock pennsylvania i don't know if i want to shake your hand after what you just showed me. >> yeah, the other hand. >> cal rip pin, you don't need to see that. >> put your hands up. >> yeah, that's the bad finger. >> you did that when you were 19. >> i did it on 1st base. avoiding a tag. and dislocated and since then, dislocated probably 20, 25 times. ouch. >> the left over. >> nice souvenir. >> yeah. >> hall of fame ring on that finger. you should hear it, finers like wild. >> i didn't come on here for this kind of abuse. >> i know you didn't. but you know it's the morning
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edition. by the way, we're going to talk baseball and hang with cal after this. we're here to talk about book number two. >> yes. >> supersized slugger. >> you got a copy, i got a copy. quick read. >> you know, it's a good read. we continue to give messages to kids. and i got to be honest, took the first book and read it on vacation. and as a parent said, it's a great book. well done. >> well, i always enjoyed delivering messages about values and principles to kids and as a baseball player, you have the chance to do that quite a bit. and when disney came to me with the thought of a novel series and the first was about hot heads, a kid with a temper, this was about bullying, but used a kid that's bigger. and also framed the issue of we're not all made the same. and you should give people that
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are considered big boned or burly or stocky, you know, shouldn't judge them. because in this book, the kid is the absolute star of the team. gets the big hit. but we should have a sensitive to that. by writing story, you're able to talk about values and frame it in the context of this group of kids who play baseball. almost the way i learned life lessons through baseball. dad talked to us about the aal jus of life and baseball. always talking to us about baseball to drive a point home about life. and this is an extension of that. >> you got the subject of the third one in mind? >> well, i'm not allow to divulge it yet. but there's pressures associated from a certain type of parent at a ball game and certain type of coach. so some of the pressures and issues ability a coach or parent that they're behavior is far from good. >> i got you. we'll wait for the third one.
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working with kevin again. got the make life easy. >> yeah, i mean he has a way of bringing the characters and telling a story in the way. i enjoyed talking about the baseball piece because it's about the realness of that group. and you know, some of the values and contributions of the individuals on that team. but he does a really good job of bringing the characters out. and really defining them. and he's very vivid in the explanations of the ball parks and the way the games are and even the bullying situation. there a lofty sort of side of the bully. he can bring him along in ways that can totally make you feel it. >> you don't know, kevin started out with us in support, moved into feature and now does feature and sports. for my money and the past 30 year, one of the top tier writers in the baltimore sun. you got a great partner. >> got the know him better through the process.
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and he is a fantastic writer and he is a character. he will be part of the book signing. >> we're running this tuesday morning. >> absolutely. >> i understand. i'm with you. i do understand. that's what's beautiful about it. you know, signing inner harbor, and then go on and do this nationwide, but always start here in baltimore. and look, the genesis of it. orange and black, it's all good. when tonight? notice i did the ad proper date of air, but i'm a trained professional. >> i never knew the times of the game. just tell me when to show up. >> what do you mean? sometimes the time is irrelevant. i was there four or five hours before anyway. the supersized slugger, once you get to the promotional side of this, it's fun because you
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get out in, a lot of authors or people say, okay, that's the business side of the book. the most important part is writing the book. i actually enjoy the promotion because you get to talk to real families and kids and they get to ask you questions. a lot of people will read the book waiting in line tonight. >> which is cool. >> what time? >> 5:00. at? >> barns and noble. listen, you're going to hang out and we're going to do a web extra. just a genuine guy. >> awe, thanks. >> you have every reason to be stuck up and not. and that's the message of your ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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good morning. weather and traffic together. >> take a look at that time forecast. the beautiful day start. all the temperatures in up ther 20s. 48 the high. mostly sunny skies. low 60s tomorrow. 70degrees on thursday. and now traffic control. >> hi. good morning everyone. if you are about to head out on 95, delays and a disabled vehicle. that vehicle just approaching eastern avenue blocking the left lane. and watch for an accident, route 32 shut down. you can take deer park road because of a fuel spill. and one more accident on robin hood road. speeds on the top and west
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side, 50 miles per hour the average on the topside. 31miles per hour on the west side. 95 southbound slow as well. speeds in the 30s at white marsh boulevard. a live look at 95, just north. the. a look at that time west side, sun glare could be a factor this morning. this traffic report is brought to you by dunkin' donuts. back to you. >> thank you so much. two boys are charged in the death of a 13-year-old girl who was found dumped in an alley this week. detectives say that she was inside a home with friends saturday night playing with a gun when it went off. and now two boys are charged with involuntary manslaughter in her death. and a scandal involving the county executive is addressed in a packed council meeting. he was indicted on four counts of missed conduct last week. two police unions are calling on him to step down. on him to step down. stay with wjz, more weather, @
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